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Paul Morphy And The Evolution Of Chess Theory

Paul Morphy And The Evolution Of Chess Theory

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Product type: Printed book

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Macon Shibut

This book is a celebration of Paul Morphy, the Bobby Fischer of the 19th century.

Part one is an analysis of Morphy's contribution to chess theory and the standard of both pre- and post-Morphy play, taking many examples from Morphy's games. Part two is a collection of all 413 of Morphy's known match and other games. Part three features articles by Steinitz and Alekhine on Morphy's legacy and playing style. Includes full indexes of players and openings.

A highly readable and well produced book.

Published 2004, softback, 359 pages.


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